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Apr 17, 2010 5:30am EDT
aquarium gets an extreme makeover. first, thoe, a pastor and his wife from hay market, virginia, are back home from haiti with their adopted son. the warrens were trying to adopt for 12 years. time after time the adoption fell through. after meeting their son in haiti, they knew nothing, not even an earthquake will get in the way. we have more on their amazing journey. >> reporter: through the lens of pastor warren his new son is introduced to family. grandparents, aunts and uncles swarmed baby sterle. >> i'm so thankful. i ask our government please help the families that are still sitting at the embassy crying like i am. it's just a dream come true. one of the happiest days of my life. >> reporter: this emotional day has been months in the making. through the adoption process, everybody was almost set until january 12th when the earthquake hit and the adoption papers were destroyed. the warrens decided to return to haiti and bring him back themselves. with no paperwork it took nearly two weeks to overcome red tape. >> our haitian lawyer produced everything she could. we had friends in vi
Apr 3, 2010 5:30am EDT
. >> reporter: cap city is taking its spent grain and giving them to a farmer in gainsville, virginia to feed his cattle. >> we pay him $100 a month in gas to get it from us. >> reporter: for cap city it is a start. the major breweries are going even farther. they are capturing the co 2 creating by fermentation. if you look at e tanks, you can recapture that the co2 and not only use it in the brewing process but as a heating element for the brewery. >> reporter: also taking the spent biomass from the soggy grains and turning it into ethanol. >> they are selling 1.5 million gallons of ethanol to refineries that they are mixing it with gasoline. >> smaller breweries are 100% wind powered and some using full cells to operate. >> solar power and fuel cell technology for the small brewers is easier and the larger brewers are paying attention and seeing their applications for them to use as well. >> reporter: americans consume 7 billion gallons of beer a year. that's also a lot of cans and bottles, anheuser-busch is recycling 700 billion cans a year. consumers need to get the spent cans and bottles
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